Intersection Makes First Nevada Acquisition Adding to a Diverse Portfolio of Value-Add Properties in Attractive Growth Markets
LAS VEGAS, Nevada. – Intersection officially announced the close of escrow on a 100% occupied 18-unit flex industrial property in Las Vegas, Nevada for $4,525,000. This property is the seventh acquisition made by the company crossing $70M of total capitalization.
The property, located at 4355 -4375 W. Reno Ave., Las Vegas, NV 92105 is a two-building project in West Las Vegas and was purchased in an off-market transaction from a local ownership group. The deal was sourced off-market through a local broker Erik Sexton of NAI Excel Las Vegas.
“This was a property that needed institutional quality management and an entrepreneurial strategy. Intersection recognized the value and moved quickly.”
Said Sexton. Intersection Senior Analyst Anton Myskiw added, “We have been working diligently to find industrial/flex assets in this market. We’ve already completed 3 new leases and will execute a value-add plan that improves operations as well as the curb appeal of the property.”
The asset is currently 100% leased by a wide cast of both local and regional tenants, with 72% of the building’s occupancy rolling in the next 12 months. Las Vegas is an attractive industrial growth market, given its positioning as a centrally located logistics hub for the Western region of the states. With 8.5M SF of industrial space under construction in the second quarter of 2021- Intersection is confident this property is a prime candidate to attract auxiliary/complementary users servicing the larger projects-general contractors, material vendors, and other development-focused tenants.
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